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Posted November 28th 2013

Pick up a Christmas present for yourself!

Christmas is drawing near and so are our Christmas shows!

Make sure you get your tickets soon as a Christmas present to yourself before your obligations to friends and family Christmas shopping take over!

Canadian chamber music group Esmerine will be playing St. George’s Church on Friday 6th December. An exciting project from members of God Speed You! Black Emperor and Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Esmerine recently released their latest album titled Dalmak on Constellation Records. Inspired by time spent in Istanbul, Esmerine were able to add in Middle Eastern influences into their music to create a whole other level of originality.

We have a limited number of HALF PRICE tickets for this exclusively at Ticketweb:

The Berlin via Los Angeles band The Blood Arm will be sharing their own dose of high energy performance at the Green Door Store on Tuesday 10th December.

Their latest album Infinite Nights was influenced by their time spent living in Berlin, and was completely funded by Pledge Music.


Icelandic artist Ásgeir will be playing at The Green Door Store on Thursday 12th December. Ásgeir broke in to the Icelandic scene very rapidly with his debut album Dyrd í dauðathogn last year. His second album In The Silence continues his exploration into melodic folk with the help of John Grant in creating an English-spoken album.

Support comes from Norweigian songstress Farao and Brighton musician A Lily.


Multi-instrumentalist Patrick Wolf will be playing at The Old Market on Monday 16th December. Wolf continues to impress with his unique blend of electronica and classical sounds and has the virtuosity to prove it!

Support comes from London harpist and singer Serafina Steer.

Don’t miss out on these acts!